The Queen’s Cup
The Guards Polo Club is one of the most prestigious polo clubs in the world and is most closely associated with the British Royal Family. HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh has been President of the club since its formation in 1955 and HM The Queen is a regular patron at polo events.
The Queen’s Cup (also known as The Cartier Queen’s Cup) brings polo enthusiasts a unique blend of glamour, style and elegance at this world-famous venue. A high-goal polo competition, The Queen’s Cup attracts the sport’s leading players from across the globe with team sheets that read like a Who’s Who of the polo world. The club is one of the four polo clubs in the United Kingdom that stage elite High Goal tournaments. Some of the best-know days to attend include the Hurlingham Polo Association’s International Day or the club’s main official tournaments which are the Queen’s Cup (High Goal), Royal Windsor (Medium Goal) and the Archie David (Low Goal).
Her Majesty historically attends the Finals Day at the club and presents the Cup to the winning patron. 22-goal polo at its best, The Queen’s Cup is an event not to be missed. Booking for tickets and hospitality is very limited and guests are encouraged to contact One Concierge early to avoid disappointment and secure placement.